Municipal Engineering Community of Practice
The aim of the Municipal Engineering Community of Practice is to support the development of knowledge for our towns, cities, communities and urban infrastructure.
If you specialise in these areas, or simply wish to know more, explore our dedicated resources including case studies, best practice advice and recorded lectures.
Explore the full breadth of our development and planning resources. From the latest news and blogs to case studies and recorded lectures.
Author(s): Edited by Ian Walsh
This intensive one day training course provides the foundations for effective technical writing in a business environment.
The commercial management and delivery of projects is driven by the construction contract and this targeted course will improve your ability to deliver your construction projects effectively. It is applicable across the construction sector, whether you work for client, consultant or contractor and across all the main contract forms.
A useful one day training course that illustrates the changes in behaviour and culture required for the successful roll-out of Building Information Modelling across a project or organisation, and what personal and developmental skills individuals need to implement BIM Level 2 culture.
A 100 minute long workshop for a class to explore the challenges associated with access to safe and clean drinking water for people all around the world
Featuring inspiring engineers and projects and useful information about subject-choices and study pathways
There are many ways that you can get involved with ICE like adding your expert knowledge to one of our panels or committees or writing for one our publications.
If you think you've got what it takes, then we want to hear from you!
London, Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester, York, Glasgow
London: £71,906 - £74,762, Regional: £67,868 – £70,767